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Have some fun at the Trufant Jubilee

Trufant, known as “Stump Fence Capital, USA,” has many decorative stumps left in their yards from the years when they were used as fences, after loggers cut down the trees, and farmers pulled out the stumps to clear the land for farming. They changed the name of their annual festival from “Stump Fence Festival” to “Trufant Jubilee” several years ago.

Looking for something to do on Labor Day weekend? Check out the Trufant Jubilee, a fun-filled festival in the town of Trufant, about 15 miles northeast of Cedar Springs. They have a Queen Pageant, three parades, fireworks, a beer tent, Bingo tent, Danish Aebliskiver breakfast, Chicken B-B-Q, horseshoe and softball tournaments, Car and Bike show, pancake breakfast, Frog Jumping contest, midway and music. There is something for everyone! For more information, call (616) 984-2555.

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2 Responses to “Have some fun at the Trufant Jubilee”

  1. Connie Kern says:


    I am the Director for the Miss Belding Scholarship Pageant and was trying to locate some information regarding your Trufant Jubilee Parade? We are interested in attending, but I haven’t received any information by mail and can not locate any information on the internet? Please email me the parade information and an entry form.


  2. Administrator says:

    Hi Connie,
    For more information call (616) 984-2555.




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